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Connecting our Community

Clemson University is part of a larger community of businesses, residents and stakeholders who live and work here. By virtue of that, Clemson is committed to sharing information and awareness across the larger population and for those planning to visit the school or our off-campus community.

Visiting

In response to the spread of COVID-19 and to protect the health and well-being of the Clemson Family, on-campus visits have been suspended until further notice. Take the opportunity to explore Clemson from the safety of your home through a virtual visit and explore our degree programs online.

Prospective and newly admitted students
Virtual campus tours
Explore our degrees
Healthy Clemson Banner on a post beside a red light in Clemson with trees and bushes with bright pink blossoms in the background.

Public Transportation and Ridesharing

Physical distancing measures have been put in place on University transit systems, which will significantly reduce bus capacity for students, faculty and staff. Parking and Transportation Services is establishing a contingency plan for bus capacity by adding to its fleet to meet increased demand due to reopening. In addition, Tiger Transit buses have been equipped with protective plexiglass shields.

Face coverings are required to board both University buses and Clemson Area Transit (CAT) buses. Click here for CATbus routes and information.

While riding:

  • Avoid touching surfaces with your hands.
  • Maintain a distance of no fewer than 6 feet between you and other passengers.
  • Upon disembarking, wash your hands or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer before removing your cloth face covering.

Follow these instructions while driving or riding in shared vehicles.

Visiting Surrounding Towns

The city of Clemson and the town of Central have both made masks mandatory in public spaces for the health and welfare of the larger community. For more information, visit their websites.

City of Clemson

Town of Central